The piece examines relevant issues of representation in studying the image of the Shrit, the former occupied zone in South Lebanon. Three staged interviews with Lebanese prisoners in Israel illustrate aspects of life under occupation. The stories reflect the difficulty of communicating these experiences without constructing myths of the oppressor/victim, of the hero/traitor. The distance between the Shrit and the rest of the country, where thousands of families live displaced by war, is the video’s focus. The interview as a form of telling is explored as a tribute to Godard’s “Here and Elsewhere”, which examined images of the Palestinian/Israeli conflict in Lebanon in the 1970’s.